Report: NVIDIA Shield tablet with GameStream support on the way

NVIDIA is reportedly looking to expand its line of Shield handheld gaming systems with a new Shield Tablet. It’ll likely be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor and feature support for streaming PC games over the internet using NVIDIA’s GameStream technology. That means in addition to letting you play Android games, the handheld device […]

NVIDIA Tegra K1 benchmarked: Competitive with Celeron Bay Trail

Now that NVIDIA is shipping its Jetson board to developers, some of the first real-world tests of the company’s new Tegra K1 processor are starting to appear. Members of the Phoronix/OpenBenchmarking community have posted initial results, and it looks like NVIDIA’s new chip has raw processing power that’s comparable to Intel’s Celeron J1900 Bay Trail […]

Lilbits (4-30-2013): NVIDIA Tegra K1 is coming

NVIDIA’s new Tegra K1 processor is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A15, 32-bit chip with 192 graphics cores. It’s the company’s most powerful mobile chip to date, and the first to feature the same Kepler graphics technology as NVIDIA’s desktop and notebook products. We should start to see the first Tegra K1-powered devices this year… and eventually […]

NVIDIA Shield 2 game console could have Tegra K1, 4GB of RAM

NVIDIA’s next handheld gaming device could feature the company’s new Tegra K1 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a higher-resolution display. The company started selling the original NVIDIA Shield handheld game console in mid-2013. I features a Tegra 4 processor, a 5 inch touchscreen display, and a built-in game controller that looks a bit like an […]

NVIDIA Tegra K1 benchmarks depict the fastest ARM graphics (so far)

NVIDIA’s upcoming Tegra K1 chips will be the first to bring the company’s notebook-class Kepler graphics to smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. NVIDIA Tegra K1 chips have 192 graphics cores paired with some of the fastest ARM-based processor cores available. But what does that mean in terms of performance? A couple of early benchmarks […]